Sea Turtle Conservation Volunteer resume example with 15+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 9XXX5 (555) 432-1000,
Professional Summary
Professional with experience in research project data collecting, analysis, and detailed report writing.
Field Study experience
Extensive animal handling experience
BS in Biology
Excellent attention to details
Highly dependable
Team player
Work History
03/2006 to 03/2006 Sea Turtle Conservation Volunteer Asociacion ANAI, Field Studies Program | City, STATE,
  • Patrolled 8.5 mile stretch of beach at night to protect nesting Leatherback Sea Turtles and their nests from predators and poachers.
  • Collected all research information on the nesting behavior of the turtles including nest location, size of clutch, length and width of turtle, etc.
  • Dug nests for, and relocated eggs that were threatened by beach erosion or poachers.
  • Monitored nests that had been relocated to the protected beach hatcheries.
01/2006 to 2008 Aviculture Assistant Volunteer National Aquarium In Baltimore | City, STATE,
  • Collected, prepared and distributed diets for animals associated with the Rainforest Exhibit and Animal Programs.
  • Other duties included animal behavior observations, as well as identifying and counting birds.
  • Educated public on proper enrichment for captive species.
  • Stocked inventory of necessary cage cleaning and food items.
  • Exhibit and cage maintenance.
08/1987 to 03/1988 Private Investigator/Administrative Assistant Harrington Investigations, Inc | City, STATE,
  • Assisted in covert surveillance, interviewed prospective clients.
  • Conducted court record and computer searches.
  • Wrote detailed reports based on field notes.
  • Assisted in daily office management, which included computer billing, client accounts, and employee payroll.
07/1987 to 2001 Investigator/Skiptracer Maryland Bonding Company, Inc | City, STATE,
  • Conducted investigations in an effort to locate known bail offenders and apprehend or assist in apprehension of same.
  • Worked closely with local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies in a cooperative effort to apprehend subjects.
  • Executed covert surveillance.
  • Investigations included computer searches, criminal record checks; researching of court proceedings, court records, and land records; motor vehicle inquiries, credit history research, and the direct questioning of individuals associated with the subject.
  • Duties also included service as bonding agent.
Expected in 1994 Master of Science | Forensic Science The George Washington University, Washington, D.C. GPA:
Charter Member, GWU's Forensic Sciences Student Association
3.9 GPA
Expected in 1993 Bachelor of Science | Biology The George Washington University, Washington, DC GPA:
Minor in Psychology

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School Attended

  • The George Washington University
  • The George Washington University

Job Titles Held:

  • Sea Turtle Conservation Volunteer
  • Aviculture Assistant Volunteer
  • Private Investigator/Administrative Assistant
  • Investigator/Skiptracer


  • Master of Science
  • Bachelor of Science

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